Julia Rosa Clark

03 February 2010
Julia Rosa Clark

Paradise Apparatus, a new solo exhibition by Julia Rosa Clark, opens tonight at Whatiftheworld Gallery. “This show concludes a trilogy that included the acclaimed Hypocrite’s Lament (2006) & Fever Jubilee (2007/8). Continuing her exploration of our intricate and fraught relationship with Nature, Paradise Apparatus explores the sensations and mysteries of chemistry, perception and colour as they relate to the search for fulfilment with references to aspects of science, alchemy, theatre-craft and art making.”

Happy 2010

04 January 2010

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A typographic video card wishing everyone Happy (Feliz) 2010, from 6D in Brazil.

Houston

16 December 2009

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The work of Houston.

MrBowlegs

03 December 2009

Jeffrey Bowman updates.

Shots asked us to do an ident for them , so Simon and I jumped on the occasion to do a second short promo for the dead pirates . It was done in 2 weeks at the Mill including writing of the script and the music , which explains the simplicity of the clip .

Jesse B Harris

26 August 2009

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Clever works from Jesse ‘the Body’ Harris

Synth Eastwood Homemade

03 August 2009

You can now check out all the work from the Synth Eastwood Homemade Show from May. Content includes 120+ print, 30+ motion, 20+ audio submissions and 10+ installations.

Xavier Barrade

02 July 2009

Xavier Barrade was recently in touch from Paris. He has some interesting work and was published in the new book Tangible, which we’ll soon be adding to the TSA library.

Paul Wagenblast

01 July 2009

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Paul Wagenblast is a designer and visualist in Portland, OR.  Really impressed with how well his work translates across many different mediums.

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Cecil Balmond is a brilliant and imaginative structural engineer whose 9-month-long exhibition, Solid Void at Chicago’s Graham Foundation, ends tomorrow. His site-specific installation, H_edge, carves an intricate, self-supporting labyrinth from the gallery space, a century-old, prairie-style mansion. A few more photos from my visit are on Flickr.